Contrabassoon

Takeda Bassoon is the first bassoon maker in Japan to have succeeded in developing the contrabassoon. The key design has been set up so that it responds to the needs of performers with small hands as well, and all of the keys are silver-plated, and it comes with a tuning slide for 440-443 Hz range. It is particularly worth noting that the bell angle can be adjusted in three directions. It is suitable for various stage positions in orchestras, chamber music, and wind-instrument music, and carries its sound straight to the audience. It has adopted a bell which can be adjusted to 3 directions, and is suitable for various stage positions.


Features
Mountain Maple, 10 Years Natural Dried
Striped Pattern
Silver-Plated
Extend yo Contra B♭
Double E♭ Key with Tuning Slide, 440-443 Hz
12 Rollers ( Low-B♭ / B / C / C♯ / D / D♯ / E (Two Parts) / B♭ / F / F♯ / A♭ )
3 Way Adjustable Bell
Movable Stand Pin
Bocal
Hard case with caster
A bell which can be adjusted to 3 directions has been adopted, in order to respond to all kinds of stage positions.
Accessories
Hand-Rest
Reed Case
Cloth
Cork Grease